BLACK HISTORY PROGRAM FEB. 21

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This year’s Black History Month program theme is Eracism “Bridging the Gap.” The evening program will occur at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 21 in the Auditorium and will feature students, staff, and community participants performing a showcase to promote cultural awareness. Admission is free and there will be dinner provided after the program.

By Priscila Martinez, Photographer

This year’s Black History Month program theme is Eracism “Bridging the Gap.” 

The evening program will occur at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 21 in the Auditorium and will feature students, staff, and community participants performing a showcase to promote cultural awareness. 

Admission is free and there will be dinner provided after the program.

“It’s important, to students, to attend because it allows you to learn about different cultures and what we all have in common and what makes us all unique,” US History teacher Graylon Roberson said.“It expands your horizons on the history that African Americans have contributed to this country and to the global community as well to the world.”  

There is an additional day show second and fourth periods Thursday, Feb. 20.

“Black History Month for me means it’s time to reflect and to honor those who came before us and who paved the way for us to have a more inclusive and diverse society to make us a stronger nation and a stronger world,” Roberson said.

Priscila Martinez

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